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Monthly Archives: May 2019

  • 5G: Finally, it's here in the UK - but so what?

    After years of hype - and sometimes confusion - the UK finally has a 5G network. BT's EE subsidiary is the first to launch a service - and if you're feeling wealthy enough and live in the right place, you can sign up. The lowest-priced deal is £54 a month...
  • Apple Face Another Lawsuit Over Improper iTunes Data Disclosures

    Apple is no stranger to class action lawsuit;  it's caught in a legal row right now that has to do with the so-called loop disease defect on the iPhone 7 smartphone. Apple is also facing an EU probe into antitrust complaints raised by Spotify. Apple is now facing another lawsuit...
  • Former Apple App Store Approvals Chief Bemoans Anti-Competitive Practices

    Are Apple’s app practices anti-competitive? Phillip Shoemaker, the former head of App Store approvals, is concerned about the current competition between Apple and other developers. He argued that Apple should update its guidelines to give users a better experience, but noted that the app review process is rather complicated.  Shoemaker...
  • Amazon Echo Show 5 Alexa Smart Speaker Debuts With Attractive $90 Price Tag

    Is the 2.5-inch display on the Echo Spot too small, while the 10-inch Echo Show is too big for your Alexa smart speaker needs? Well, Amazon think that is has a perfect solution with the aptly named Echo Show 5, which has a 5.5-inch display. The Echo Show 5 is...
  • Intel Presents Wild Dual-Screen, Dual-Pivot Gaming PC Concept At Computex

    Maybe in an alternate timeline, Android 3.0 was called Honeycomb Glacier instead of just Honeycomb, when it released in 2011. In this timeline, however, Honeycomb Glacier is the codename of a new dual-screen laptop form factor concept that Intel is showcasing at Computex 2019 this week, in hopes of encouraging...
  • Microsoft Teases Windows 'Modern OS' With Seamless Updates

    Microsoft abandoned its monolithic approach to Windows with the release of Windows 10, and instead now doles out major feature updates twice annually, the most recent of which was the May 2019 Update. Might there still be something beyond Windows 10? That's a good question, and Microsoft hinted at a...
  • Blockchain and deep neural networks show digital archive promise

    Researchers from the University of Surrey are set to present a paper in June at the Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition conference in Los Angeles, which describes a way to preserve the integrity of video, artificial intelligence (AI) models and digital archives. The researchers from Surrey’s Centre for Vision, Speech and...
  • Intel Odyssey Futuristic 2035 GPU Collection Is Totally Wild, Driver Advancements, Game Updates Released

    In case you haven't been paying close attention to the PC hardware scene lately, take note that Intel has been stepping up its game with respect to graphics. The first major waves made by Intel's newly formed Graphics and Visual Computing group came with the hiring of key executives from...
  • Toshiba XG6-P NVMe SSDs Bring Fast Speeds And Big Capacities To Gaming And Workstation PCs

    While some companies have begun trotting out PCIe 4.0 NVMe solid state drives, Toshiba on Wednesday announced an updated version of its XG6 series from last year. The new XG6-P still shuttles data through the PCIe 3.0 bus, but ups the ante over the previous generation drives with faster sequential...
  • Flipboard Hack Exposed Account Details On Users For Nine Months

    Flipboard is a news aggregator app, and the company has announced that it fell victim to hacks. The hacks potentially exposed user account information and left that information where it could be copied for nine months. The exposed user details included Flipboard user names, encrypted passwords, and email addresses. Flipboard...

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